Denver: (303) 830-0800
Park City: (435) 214-3806
Cheyenne: (307) 778-8178

Bradley T. Hunsicker practices out of the firm’s Cheyenne, Wyoming office.  He concentrates his practice on business and individual bankruptcies, loan workouts and restructurings, creditors’ rights, commercial litigation and business law matters.  His experience includes broad representation of debtors in bankruptcies, particularly Chapter 11 debtors in the energy sector.

Representative Cases

  • In re Powell Valley Health Care, Inc. - Bankr. D. Wyo. Case No. 16-20326 – Lead debtor's counsel for Chapter 11 debtor-in--possession, a Wyoming non-profit hospital located in Powell, Wyoming. The case was filed to address mroe than twenty malpractice claims (totaling more than $150 million) asserted against the hospital relating to certain medical procedures performed by an orthopedic surgeon. Case is currrently pending.
  • In re US Bentonite, Inc., et al. - Bankr. D. Wyo. Case No. 13-20211 (joint administration) – Lead debtors' counsel for Chapter 11 debtors-in-possession, a Wyoming business that was formed to acquire, mine, process and market high quality sodium bentonite and related products and technologies.Claims totaled more than $40 million. All assets of the debtors were eventually sold for $4.25 million pursuant to a § 363 sale with the assistance of investment banker SSG Capital Advisors, LLC, and the case was subject to a structured dismissal. 
  • In re Western Biomass Energy, LLC - Bankr. D. Wyo. Case No. 12-21085 – Lead debtor's counsel for Chapter 11 debtor-in-possession, one of the first second-generation cellulose based ethanol demonstration plants in the United States. A § 363 sale was eventually conducted with the assistance of Great American Group, LLC, and the assets were sold.
  • In re MTR, LLC - Bankr. D. Wyo. Case No. 12-21233 – Lead debtor's counsel for Chapter 11 debtor-in-possession (single asset real estate), a real estate holding company. A Plan was ultimately confirmed and equity retained ownsership of the asset. 
  • In re Hildebrand - Bankr. D. Wyo. Case No. 12-20909 – Lead debtor's counsel for an individual Chapter 11 debtor-in-possesssion, an owner/operator of a licensed chiropractic center in Wyoming. A Plan was cofirmed and equity retained ownership of all assets. 
  • Gebes v. Richards –Represented creditor in objecting to the discharge of certain debt. Obtained judgment against debtor-defendant. 
  • Donna Teeples d/b/a Industrial Hoist and Crane v. Hatfield –Represented creditor objecting to discharge and objecting to certain debt. Obtained settlement.
  • Computer Professionals Unlimited, Inc. v. Widdoss – Represented creditor objecting to the discharge of certain debt. Obtained settlement. 
  • Buffalo Federal Savings Bank v. Perkins – Appellate work on the issue of whether a “charging order” is a Chapter 7 trustee’s exclusive remedy for a collection action against a Wyoming limited liability company.
  • Miller v. United States Trustee – Appellate work on the issue of whether income must be both “received” and “derived” during the applicable six-month look back period in order to be included in “current monthly income” for purposes of 11 U.S.C. §101(10A)(A). 
  • Randy L. Royal, Trustee v. First Interstate Bank and Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. – Appellate work on the issue of whether the Chapter 7 Trustee could avoid a mortgage pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 544 if: (1) the mortgagee of record is different than the note holder; (2) the mortgagee of record cannot enforce the underlying debt; or, (3) the mortgage fails to comply with Wyoming mortgage notice statutes. 
  • Gary A. Barney, Chapter 7 Trustee v. BAC Home Loans Servicing, L.P. – Appellate work on the Certified question from the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Wyoming as to the effect of Wyoming mortgage notice statutes on the Chapter 7 Trustee’s avoidance powers under 11 U.S.C. § 544.
  • Hebert v. Randy L. Royal, Chapter 7 Trustee – Appellate work on the issue of whether that portion of an income tax refund directly traceable to the debtor’s 401(k) retirement fund and unemployment benefits paid under the Wyoming Employment Security Law are exempt pursuant to Wyoming statute.

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Section of the Wyoming State Bar, Chair
  • Wyoming Bankruptcy Court Local Rules Committee, Member
  • American Bankruptcy Institute, Member
  • Ewing T. Kerr Inn of Courts, Member

Related Employment

  • Winship & Winship, PC (Associate Attorney) – Casper, Wyoming
  • Wyoming Department of Education (School Finance Consultant) – Cheyenne, Wyoming

Denver

1700 Lincoln, Suite 4550
Denver, Colorado 80203
Telephone: (303) 830-0800
Facsimile: (303) 830-0809

Park City

2750 Rasmussen Road, Suite H-104
Park City, UT 84098
Telephone: (435) 214-3806
Facsimile: (435) 214-3811

Wyoming

106 East Lincolnway, Suite 300
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
Telephone: (307) 778-8178
Facsimile: (307) 638-1975